Three basic landscapes

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  1. Boden

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    Overprocessed :(

    C&C welcome!

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    I like the oil effect in no.1, although there is WAY to much darkness for my taste, it's all very distracting.
     
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    ^agreed.

    1 is amazing, but the foreground is too dark. It needs more post-production.
     
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    Yea - 1 & 2 are too dark but I think it works for the third.
     
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    3rd for me too. The sky in the 2nd shot is very nice tho
     
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    Thanks everyone. I didn't really touch the third one much, and it's the one I like best. Now that I look at the second one again I think the sky looks way over the top. The first one I like, but I agree about it being dark. Underexposed it to begin with unfortunately.
     

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